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This year marks not only the 100th anniversary of women receiving the vote, but also Churchill College’s highest ever intake of female undergraduate engineers. To commemorate these successes, Churchill College Engineering Society is running a panel discussion, followed by drinks reception and formal dinner on the 8th March: International Women’s Day during this Year of Engineering.
Four female engineers, mostly Churchill alumnae, will return to discuss their experiences in the world of work since leaving college; covering topics such as career development, work/life balance and advice/wisdom.
The event aims to recognise that as women in engineering, we have an incredible capacity for success, but we also potentially face problems that our male counterparts don’t. So we want to celebrate the impressive legacy that has already been established and also provide support, advice and inspiration for future generations.
The panel event and any Q&As will be filmed and made available on the College website and our YouTube channel.
We are able to offer a drinks reception and formal dinner in the Fellows' Dining Room, following the panel discussion, free of charge to current students, and to alumni who use dining rights in lieu of payment for themselves and any guest. Our thanks to TTP for their generous sponsorship of the event making this possible.
Places are free but registration is essential.